New Year’s Eve at HGU
HGU New York
34 East 32nd Street
About The Event:
1HR OPEN BAR 9PM-10PM
COMPLIMENTARY CHAMPAGNE TOAST AT MIDNIGHT
Designed by successful New York architect Frederick C. Browne, and erected by hoteliers Simeon Ford and Robert C. Shaw 1905, the structure operated as the Hotel Grand Union for almost a century until the building achieved landmark status in 2013. Now fully restored we present HGU New York, the four star experience you see today
It’s in 1905 Lounge where the HGU’s visual narrative is at its most dynamic; marble fireplace, warm leather chairs, sunburst chandeliers, shocking red walls, and tweed couches combine to give it a private-club feel. This is also where drawings, paintings, and sculptures by contemporary artists like Jamie Roadkill, Liz Markus, and LF Schultz can be viewed, thanks to the hotel’s collaboration with Chelsea art destination Gallery 151.
Music by KDOTLIM
Join us for an experience beyond your wildest imagination.
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